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 THE  WEATHER
Twenty four hours ending5a.m.,
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Formerly The Prince Rupert Optimist
VOL. II,  NO. 268
Prince Rupert, B.C.. Thursday, November 23. 1911,
Price Five Cents
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LAUNCH WAS WRECKED IN HARBOR
NEAR TO METLAKATLA PASSAGE
Violent squalls driving across
lhe harbor yesterday carried
away a large green launch with
white house work, belonging, it
is believed, to a Swede who prospects and ferries around these
parte. The boat became unmanageable soon after leaving the
wharf, and before help could be
obtained had drifted across the
harbor.
On the rocks /.ear Metlakatla
Passage the sea was running
high and the drifting launch
struck on a reef which held her
pounding badly for about half an
hour. Seamen on the Rupert
noticed her and thought she looked in pretty bad shape, but she
broke clear of the reef and went
ashore on softer ground where
she remained still pounding a
bit until the tide retreated.
Another launch made a trip
across to see if assistance could
be given, but found the wrecked
boat fast aground. No reply
was given to signals offering
help, the launch owner being evidently below looking after his
engine. The name of the strand-1
ed boat is not known.
LYNCH BROS.' DELIVERY RIG DID AN
AEROPLANE STUNT ON CENTRE ST.
Pedestrians in slickers fluttering like autumn leaves
down Centre Street yesterday afternoon, or battling
their way like storm-tossed
.seagulls against the gale,
were startled by the sudden
upheaval in front of Schrei-
bcr's corner of a yellow covered delivery rig belonging
to Lynch Bros. There was
a heavy team coming up the
street, the rig was going
down. A gust of wind came
furiously round the corner,
and the rig which had been
drawn rather too far to the
side of the road, flew up in
the air like a kite or an angry alderman, and came crashing down in the muskeg. An
acrobatic horse between the
shafts twisted adroitly clear
before the fall, and the driv
er was also unhurt. But the
shafts of the rig are broken.
This is the second time in
history that a Lynch Bros.'
rig has performed the aeroplane act in Prince Rupert.
CIH MAY NEVERJT A SEWER OUTLET
So Says Aid. Morrissey in a Letter Urging the Citizens to See That Provision is
Made in the By-law for an Outlet Before Voting the Money.
Ladies and Gentlemen:���
Again I write to warn you
that by the resolutio'n passed
on Monday night* by the
Council, you are being deliberately held up over the
Hays Creek Sewer. I call
your attention to paragraph
7 of the G. T. P. assessment
agreement which says: 'The
Railway Co. will, at the request of the City, grant such
easements over the property
within the city limits as may
be necessary for sewers, water mains, gas mains, electric light, telegraph wires,
telephone wires or similar
like utilities, subject always
to the approval of the Railway Co.'s engineer, whose
opinion in all cases must be
treated as final, without prejudice to the right, if any,
which the city may by law
possess, to expropriate an
easement for any of the
above purposes."
In regard to the outlet.
We find the G. T. P. Engineer said to the City of Prince
Rupert: "This far you shall
come���to manhole 28���and
no farther, (see Sec. 7) without showing your right, if
any, by law."
If we wait until the dry-
dock is built blocking up the
entrance to Hays Cove, it is
quite probable that when
our city engineer asks for an
outlet, he wiil be told that
the City Medical Health Officer says that the sewer is
quite healthful without an
outlet, and that it is not feasible to grant an easement.
Citizens of Prince Rupert,
the city council of Prince
Rupert have no positive assurance that the Hays Creek
Sewer will ever be granted
an outlet, unless it is built
now.
The disallowance of the
passage of the Bylaw for the
construction of this sewer to
end at manhole 28 at a cost
of $75,000 of your money,
should demand your earnest
attention. You should call
upon the city council and
ascertain if thev have any
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SEWER BY-LAW
PROTEST MEETING
LAUNCH REMAINS
FAST AGROUND
A meeting of the residents
in the sections adjoining!
Hays Creek district will be
held in the Presbyterian
hall on Friday evening at 8
p.m. The principal subjects
of discussion will be the
Hays Creek sewer outlet and
the forthcoming municipal
election.
Of Interest to You
Active work is in progress
at The News oflice today in
erecting the new typesetting
machinery. It is hoped to
have it ready in time to use
for tomorrow's paper.
A Court Scandal
London, Nov. 23-King
George has sent orders by
wireless to dismiss the Rev.
F. P. Farrar, private chaplain to the King, without delay, on charges of a sensational nature which were
communicated to the Monarch yesterday. The King's
anger is evident.
St. Andrew's Society meeting
to-morrow night at 8 o'clock.
The gale which swept the
townsite during the past two
days abated this morning. The
launch which was driven ashore
across the harbor remains high
and dry broadside on the rocks
ami will need considerable repair.
NEW CHURCH
GROWS FAST
Rapid progress is being made
with the new Methodist chinch
on Sixth Avenue. The upper
framing is complete showing the
proportions of the roof antl its
pitch. Thechurch begins to take
shape as a handsome edifice.
Don't you forget the regular
weekly Dance tonight at 9.80 lithe Mclntyre Hall. Besl Inland music in town.-Come and
see.   Gent's SLIM), Indies free.
HE CONDEMNED
BANKS SYSTEM
(CanedIan Pre** Despatch.)
Winnipeg, Nov. 23-Magistrate
Walker severely condemned the
bunking system in accepting the
plea of guilty of J. S. McLeod
and Gordon Nagle, two young
bank clerkl who pleaded guilty
t.i theft and arson. He said:
"If banks can't get a system by
which these boys can be checked
Up regularly the sooner they shut
their doors thc better for the
world. As things are they are
simply shops for turning out
Criminals, The boys are technically the guilty parties, but to my
mind the institutions are equally
culpable, for it is their negligence
which makes possible the crime."
TO NEW YORK
-BY DOG TEAM
(Spo.'lnl to Dally News.)
Winnipeg, Nov. 23���Ed. Smith
a western fur trader has started
for New York  with a team of
eight huskies and a sled.   Clad
Du (Caxtmt's lag, the father of printing
toiled over his types, setting each single
letter by hand.
���UuiUul the expert compositor with the latest form multiple type-setting machine--
the kind the News is having installed--
sits on a stool in front of his complicated machine and by pressing on his keyboard commands a range of five hundred
and forty types.
Shtt, for a few days, while effecting the
change, the News will have to fall back
on the Caxton method of hand set type.
It will be a novel newspaper. It will
have all the local stories and the news
of the world, as usual, but compressed
into tabloid form.
She present and succeeding copies of the
News will be well worth treasuring
among your keepsakes of the evolution
of Prince Rupert.
THE TUG PHIPPEN FIGHTS GALE
AND SALVES VALUABLE MACHINERY
Valuable property of the Prince
Rupert Hydro - Electric Coy's
went adrift with a scow which
became the victim of yesterday's
gale on the Skeena near Mowich
Point. A telephone message for
help sent into Rupert resulted in
tackle the Skeena with a scow
astern in weather like yesterday's
The big gasoline tug Phippen.
powerful as many a steamboat
of larger size, was ready for the
task, however, and by permission of the Atlin   Construction
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.._. �� .-     2,   ...     -,     , Company she was sent out at 3
the information that the job of         V            ,   ,     ..      .     ,. .
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rescuing a heavy scow adrift on               ,,  .     , , ,
.,            I.  .                       t  ._  j scow ami bring her to safetv.
the squall  torn waters  of  the!  -	
Skeena Estuary required some- Don't Buy Coal
thing more powerful than the i Wait! The first week in De-
average gasoline launch available cember the Westholme Lumber
at the waterfront. Even the big; Company, Limited, will begin
Rover, which does pretty heavy selling Ladysmith Coal for $8.50
work often, was not prepared to per ton, delivered.
SAW THEM ALL, SAYS JOHN GOODMAN
AND PRINCE RUPERT IS THE BEST
Mr. John Goodman, late big cities, everybody wanted
proprietor of the Grand hotel to know about Prince Rup-
is back again in town to at- ert- Hundreds of them told
tend the sale of section two, me they were watching, and
where he intends to invest intended to come in six and
at least $20,000 if prices are twe,ve months before the
"right." He has been visit- line started. There must be
ing the principal cities of Al-1thousands of PeoP,e waitini?
berta, Saskatchewan and B. to come here. 1 went away
C. during the past three *�� ���nvest in Western proper-
months, and comes back a tles* aI1(l l have come back
greater believer in Rupert convinced that Prince Rup-
than ever. el't is a better place than all
"Wherever I went, in Cai- of them for investment," de-
gary, Edmonton, and other.dared Mr. Goodman.
in parka and furs lie has accepted a wager to reach New.o,k
EARL GREY'S RIFLES WILL NOW
HA VE A DRUM AND BUGLE BAND
Order Has Gone to Vancouver for Drums and Bugles and Practices Will be Started
Shortly   Opening for Recruits With Good Lungs
written assurance that they'THE DEBATE
shall ever receive peaceable
permission to get an outlet
in Hays Cove for the Sewer.
Before voting-on this Bylaw
the city council should provide you with a map showing
its final outlet to deep water
through Hays Cove, signed
by the G. T. P. Ry. Co. and
the City of Prince Rupert, or
else prepare yourselves for
the construction of a tunnel
through the hill to Cameron
Cove.
The foregoing should fully
convince you that the motion
passed by the city council on
Monday night, if done for
the purpose of deceiving you
is criminal, and should be investigated; if through ignorance they should be condemned for incapacity so gross.
Pending final assurance of
a peaceable outlet for your
sewer at Hays Cove to low
water mark, the only intelligent and economical course
open to you is to vote against
the Bylaw.
Yours very res|>ectfully,
Daniel Morrissey,
Alderman.
Prince Rupert, Nov. 23.
CITY COUNCIL
MEETS TONIGHT
WAS A FIASCO
j    The  debate   on   Commission
Government which was to have
taken place at  the Presbyterian
Club last night turned out to lx.
rather a fiasco.   After the speaker for the affirmative had concluded  his speech  the meeting
decided  not to hear any reply.
This unusual departure of course
destroyed any value that debate
affords in the testing and correcting of statements.
The addresses, however, proved interesting to the audience.
At the conclusion of the meeting a sale was held of cakes and
candy left over from the previous
days sale of work.
MORE LONDONERS
THAN CANADIANS
H'iiiiii.IIii.i   I'p ���������-  H.-spatcli.)
London, Nov. 23-Greater London has ;i population of 7,252,963
and covers an area of 69.'. square
miles, nccortling to statistics just
published by the county council.
The population of Canada, according to the recent census, is
7.(181.809.
Enterprising Alderman
Work is being started on
the lots on Third Ave. near
the "News" office where Aid.
Hilditch is to build an apart-
ment block. A pile drjver
Tin- city eeuinrii -.-..-I.*, tonight at tii- an(j   lumber  were   teamed
usual hour.    I:��� ��� j�����.-1-. may !>e  ,*.v|..-,*i. ,|
from llu*  I'ily   Kngiin-er  On   tin-   rani j
ir.m pip* tenders  for thi*  WiKxIworth I
there this morning.
spring, earning
goes by selling
far
and return in
his living as hc
picture cards of his team.
When Mr. Smith gets s<
south that the snowline is passed
the sled will be placed upon little
wheels that have been built (or
it and the journey will be continued in this way.
See Howe & McNulty for the
famous Kootenay Rnnges.
days  are past
possess a
Before many
Prince Rupert wi
military drum and bugle band in
full and efficient training. The
honor belongs to the Earl Grey
Scouts. Captain Fred Stork
commanding the regiment has
had the idea in view for a number of months and has now got
things in shape for carrying it
out. He has just sent to
cover ordering the
Van
drums and
bugles, seven drums and twelve
bugles. Training of the men selected to form the band will commence as soon as the instruments
arrive.
By the Prince Rusert yesterday there arrived from London,
Eng., badges for caji and collar
bearing crossed rifles and the
Earl Grey Arms. These will be
fitted to the uniforms before next
drill,   and   give   a   particularly
smart appearance to the regi. >",nr ����pi**>'��">���"��� ��'����� ����. ***** ��-
_,     ,     , ,   ., ' tlio applications for llu- ix-mtion of  cl-
ment.   The badges are of silver, _���,_,,.���. (���mjlii,cr -��� (.har(.��� (>f ������, ,,,���,,,
handsomely finished.       Recruit- al shawatlans.
for the corps continues actively, j	
there being vacancies for one or The Rubberneck*
two smart young men.     Almost'   "-''-oplc are too prone In thi* town
at   full  strength  now the regiment is more than ever a credit
to Prince  Kupert,   and  at  next
sprinh's inspection will  make a
to stan.i arm.ml ami int.-rfi-r.- with other people's husim-as," ��aiil Mn-ristrato
Cam* thi. morning in th* Mazlum horse
CBSe.
first rate showing.
Pantorium Pioneer Cleaner*., Phone 4.
MYSTERY OF
NOMENCLATURE
"Km Kb>* dmililcyon yon Kayonwy"
saiil a witness today in tin- M117.I11111
horse case when askeil to spell his
name. It look Magistrate Carss,
CM*! Vickers nn.l City Solicitor Peters
; a full minute to pronounce the name
I antl then they got it wrong.
New chinaware���hundreds  nf pretty j
cups and saucers 15 cents to $5.00 each.
Wallace's.
From England   new shipment of ladies' rain coats.   Wallace's. THE DAILY NEWS
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Daily Edition.
Thursday, Nov. 23
THE HEALTH OFFICER AND THE TRUNK
SEWER
In their efforts to get the contracts let for $75,000 worth
of sewer without an outlet, the city council are making use
of the report of the Health Officer to the effect that the discharge of sewage into Hays Creek will not be a menace to
health.
The Health Officer's statement is negatived by the fact
that he had formerly declared that it was imperative in the
interests of the public health that a sewer be constructed to
drain sections 5 and 6.
If the sewage of sections 5 and 6 is a menace to public
health while distributed over the whole sections, how does
it come that the total accumulated sewage of the two sections is not a menace to Hays Creek residents when dumped into Hays Creek?
The Health Officer's statement that sewer contents are
not dangerous when exposed to the open air is opposed to
reason and commonsense. If an ignorant man made the
statement he would be called a fool.
If sewer contents are not dangerous when exposed to the
open air, why not save the $75,000 for the sewer, and the
scavenging fees, and pass a Health By-law making it compulsory for every one to distribute their sewage contents
over their lots.
For the sake of the two or three weeks extra delay, it
would be safer to vote against the by-law on Saturday, and
have the Council bring in a proper Bylaw that ensures that
the sewage will be taken to tide water.
n%&m
CHRISTMAS BELLS
are sounding in thc near distance, bidding u* prepare for that
happy time which brings joy and goodwill into the heart* of all.
This is a time when your thoughts turn to gifts and giving and in*
i-id.-iiially to the great gift houae of Henry Birks and Son, Ltd.,
Vancouver. This is British Columbia'* ��tore, therefore, your
store. You will appreciate the opportunities our many gift linea
offer. Searchlhepagesofourillustratedcataloguc.it ia stored
with Christmas gift suggestions. If one of these catalogues haa
not reached you, lend us your name and address at once and one
will be mailed free. Again we say, tend your Christmas order*
early.
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Brand stroked the weeping glrl'i
hair.
"One docs not cry, little one, when
one Is suddenly endowed wllh *\
Wealthy and distinguished relative*
Now, I did not sprini: this rovelatloq
on you without a motive. If a cleavi
age has to come let tie, nt least, face
..very consideration. Providence, by
inscrulBble decree, ordained that my
wife and I should meet afler twenty!
one years. That cannot have been 8
purposeless mooting. In my careless
youth, when 1 assigned all things
(heir scleiiillk* place, I have scoffed
al presentiments and vague portents
of coming evils. I retract the Iminn
iinv judgment then formed. During
tho height of tho hurricane, when I
feared the very lantern would b,>
hurled into thc sm. I was vouchsafe-,
a spiritual warning. I could not read
Its import. These tilings baffle a
man, especially one whose mind leans
toward niutt-rlalisin. Nevertheless^ I
knew, though not in ordered comprehension, that my life was lending to-
words a supreme crisis. As the storm
died, so I became normal, nnd I at*
iributcd a glimpse of Die unseen to
mere physical Huts. 1 wns wrong,
The coming of dial Ill-fated vessel
wus heralded to me. I lacked the key
of the hidden nussag>. Now I posses*
it. On board thai ship, Constance,
was your mother. How strange lhat
her advent should b* bound up also
with the mystery of Bnldl parentage?"
"Father, dear. If you can bear It,
tell me of my mother. She knew me,
and that Is why alio asked UU lo k.'s*
her."
"She asked you lo kiss her?" I-.aeh
word was a crescendo of surprise.
"Ye*. One nlgl.l s!-e came lo mc
Oh. I remember. .She wished Mr. Pyne
to telegraph to his uncle. Win n he
quilled na (o take Hie message she
loo���how weird It all nam* now���ad-
mined thai she experienced something
of the imu,��� l... knowledge of the future you have Just spokt n of."
"I am noi surprised. Poor Nanette!
She wa* always a dreamer, in a sense
Never content, she longed for hlghel
Highis. She was a woman ln ambition 'ere she ceased lo be a child.
When I married her. she was only
eighteen. I was ten years older. My
thought war to educate her lo a some
what higher Ideal of life than the
in...int. s oi' a raahlonable world. II
was a mlstrke. If a girl harbor* delusions befo.e marriage the experience
of married life I* nol a cure but ai*
Incentive. A lei* tolerant man would
have made 'ivr a safer husband."
Constance would listen lo nothing
whirl, would disparage him.
"I hale to be unjust to her even In
my lining iis. but where could she
have found a Inner husband than
you, dad?"
".Millionaire indeed!" protested
Knld. brisking In wiih her own turaul
luou* thought*. "I would not exchange you for twenty millionaire*."
"My method* cannot have been *o
Ill-considered If they have brought me
two such daughter*,", he said, wllh *
mournful smite.    "But  there!    I  am
only deluding myself Into a postpone
ment of a painful duty.     My   secret
must out���io you, at any raio.   When
I  married your mother Constance, I
was an in>n ' ������ at the British Embassy
In Paris.   Her maiden name was Made
I lelne Nanette de Courtray.   Her fam*
| Hy. notwlihslandlng tbe French sound
of her name, wa* almoat wholly Eng*
lish.    They   were  Jersey  people,  recruited   from   Hriiish stork, but two
generations of English husband* wor*
compelled    lo    aaaume the style de
I Court ray owing to entailed estates on
��� Ihe Island.   There la something quaint
| In  lip*  idea, as  ll   worked out    Tbe
place waa only a amall farm.   When
we    were    married    the    stipulation
I lapsed, because ll waa more advisable
| for me lo retain m* own name.   I wa*
then   the   heir to a title I ran now
elnlm.    I an. legally and lawfully Sir
, Stephen    Brand,    ninth    baronet,    of
l-csscr   Hambledon,   In   Northumberland."
"And you became a llghthouaa-
keuper!"
ll was Knld who found breath foi
(he exclamation. Conatance braced
herself for lhat which waa to come.
Thai Stephen llrand was a well-born
man was not a new thing In their Intelligence.
"Yes. a cleaner of lamps and trans-
miller of chip's signals. Have we been
le��* happy?" A most vehement "Nol"
was the answer.
"Hon'l run away with the Idea that
I was, therefore, endowed with amp!*
mraus. There are l.nronets poorer
than some crossing-sweepers. The estate was encumbered. During my
father's life, during my own until five
year* ago. It yielded only a thousand a
year. Kven now, afler fifteen year*
of retrenchment���you bolh forget thai
whilst I was stationed ai Flnmborough
Head I was absent for a rew days lo
attend my lather's funeral���It produces only a little owr three thousand.
Knough for us. eh, lo enjoy life onf
Knough to sallsfy Lady Margaret's
scruples, Bold, as lo her son's absurd
notion of matrimony? Knough, loo.
con-nan, <. lo male you Io the man ol
your choice, whatever hla position?"
"Dad," murmured Constance, "H
there no hi ee of Ihe old day* coming
back again?"
"Who can tell? These things aro
nol in mortal ken. I need hardly say
thai my allowance of on, ihi,il of the
family revenues was barely sufficient
lo maintain a Junior tn lhc dlplomallo
aervlee. Yel I married. Heaven help
me*.. In the pursuance of an ideal, only
to find my Ideal realised, after much
���uffertng, on lonely rocks and bleak
headland*. With strict economy, w��
���listed happily until you were born.
My wife, at first, was sufficiently delighted to exchange Jersey society for
Parts and the distinguished circle In
which w* moved there. Hut you were
not many months old nn.il a change
cam*. A Frenchman, a rich fop, he
���an to pay her attention* which turn*
ed h*r head. I do not think ilm
meant any harm. People never do
��n��an  harm  who accomplish  It most
fatally. "I did that which a man who
respect* himself loath, s to do- 1 protested. There was a bccho, tear*, and
wild reproaches. N.\t day the crash
came. She endeavor d lo m'alead ma
as to an appolntmei God knows I
only wished to save In r, but It ivai
too much to ask n:e . i puss over In
silence the schen- of ii libertine,
though ha, too, was infatuated by he!
boauty. I discoverer iluri in a elan
dostlne meeting, am' ���*���**' blood
was hot and the count ry was France.
We fought next morning, and I killed
him."
Constani-3 bent her head and kissed
his right hand. Heir, al leaat, was a
lineal descendant of nine generations
of border raiders, who held their
swords of greater worth than musty
taws.
Brand's eyes kindled. His voice bo-
came moro vehement. The girl's Impulsive action seemed to sanctify tho
deed.
"1 did not regret, I have never re
gretted, the outcome of the duel. H
was mortally wounded, and was carried to his house to die. 1 fled from
Paris to escape arrest, DUl the woman'
in whose defence I encountered blm
behaved most cruelly. She deserted
ine, and went to him. Ask Mrs. Shep
pard. She was your Kngllsh nurse at
the time, Constance. Ii was she who
brought you to England. 1 never met
my wife again. I believe, on my soul,
Ihat she was Innocent of ihe greater
offence. I think she rebelled agaiust
the thought that I had slain one who
said he worshiped her. Anyhow, she
had her price. She remained with him,
in sheer defiance of me, until his
death, and her reward wns his wealth.
Were It not for this we might have
come together again and striven to forget the past ln mutual toleration. The
knowledge that she was enriched with
that man's gold maddened me. I
could not forget thai. I loathed all
that money could give, the diamonds,
the dresses, the Insane devices of society to pour out treasure on the vanities of the hour. By idle chance I waa
drawn to the lighthouse service, it
was the mere whim of a friend Into
whose sympathetic cars I gave my
sorrows. Il is true I did not Intend to
devote my life to my present occupation. Uut its vast silences, Its Isolation, Us seclusion from the petty, sordid, money-grabbing life ashore, attracted me. I found quiet Joys, peaceful days, and dreamless night* in its
comparallvc dangers and privations.
Excepting my loyal servant and
Mend, Mrs. Sheppui'd. and tho agent
and solicliors of my estate, none knew
of my win r. alioiits. 1 was a lost man,
and, as I imagined, a fortunate one.
Now, In the last week of my Bervlce���
for I would have retired lu a few days,
and II was my Intention to tell you
something, not all, of my history,
largely ou account of your love-making. Knld���the debacle has come, and
wllh ll my wife."
"Father," asked Constance, "la my
mother biIII your wife by law?"
"She cannot be otherwise."
"I wonder if you ure right. I ani
too youtlg to Judge these things, but
she spoke of her upproachlng mar
rlage with Mr. Traill lu a way that
suggested she would not do him a
grievous wrong. She does not love
him, as I understand love. She regard*
lilii. us a man ndmirahle in many ways,
but she iiiip'cise-d mc with the Idea
lhat she believed she was doing that
which was right though she feared
some unforeseen difficulty."
llrand looked at her with troubled
eyes. It is always amazing (o a parent lo find unexpected powers of divination in a child. Constance was still
a little- girl in his heart. What had
conferred nils insight into a complex
mil,ii.* like her mother's?
"There Is something to be said toi
(hat vU-w." he admitted. "I recollect
uow that Pyne told me she had lived
some years iu the Western Slates.
Hut he said, loo, ihat her husband, the
man whose name she bears, died there,
My poor glr's, I do, indeed, pity you if
all this story of miserable Intrigue,
ibis squalid romanre of the law-courts,
Is to be dragged into the light In a
town where you are honored. Enid,
you see now how doubly fortunate you
are In being restored to a father'*
arms���"
"Oh, no, no!" walled Enid. "Do not
say that. It seems to cut u* apart
What have you done that you should
dread thc worst that can be eald
And why should there be any scandal
at all? I < a ,ii,,t bear you to Bay auch
things."
"I think I understand you, dad,"
said Constance, her burning glance
slihing to read his hidden thought,
"Mailers cannot rest where they are,
Vou will not allow���my mother���to go
away���a second time���without a clear
stattmini bj lo thc future and an
equally honest explanation of tb*
post."
This was precisely the question he
dreaded. Il had forced Its unwelcome
presence i p n him in the first moment
of ihe meeting with his wife. But lid
wsb a man of order, of discipline, Tb*
habits of years might not be flung
aside so readily, ll was absurd, he
held, to Irilii the self-torture of useless Imngiiilngs ot. the first night ot
their homecoming afler the sever*
trials of their precarious life on th*
rock.
Above all cIbc ll was necessary lo
reassure Constance, whose strength
only eon re nled the raging fire beneath, nnd Knld, whose highly strung
li'inp'rami nt was ou tbe borderland
of hysteria.
He waB sllll lhe arbiter of tbeir
lives, (hc on? to whom they looked fot
guidance. He rebelled against tha
prospect of a night of sleepless misery
for these two. and it needed his emphatic dominance to direct thcll
thoughts Into a more peaceful channel.
So he assumed the settled purpose
ho was far from feeling and summon
ed a kindly smile (o hla aid.
"Surely we have discussed our dlffl
cullies sufficiently to night," he said
"In the morning, Constance, I will
meet Mr. Traill. He Ib a gentleman
and a man of the world. I think, too,
tbat his nephew will bo resourcefui
and wise in counsel beyond his yenrs
Now we aro all going to obtain same
much-needed rest. Neither you nor i
will yield to sleepless hours of brood*
Ing. Neither of you knows that, not
forty-eight hours ago, I made my?oll
a thief In tho determination to save
your lives and mine. It was a need
less burglary. I persuaded mysell
that It was necessary In the Inter, sin
of the Trinity Brethren, those gray
gentlemen In velvet clonks, Knld, who
would be horrified by the mere sin
gestlon, I refuse to placo myself on
the moral rack another time. In lha
old days, when I was a boy, thc drnma
was wont to be followed by a mora
lively scene. 1 forbid further discus*
alon. Come, kiss me, both of you. I
think that a stiff glass of hot punch
Will not do me any harm, nor you, un
less you Imbibed freely of thai chain*
Men* I aaw nestling In the lce*oall.'
They rose obediently. Although
they knew he was acting a part on
their account they were senslblo that
he was adopting a sane course.
Enid tried to contribute to the new
note. She bobbed In the approved
Btyle of the country domestic.
"Ploase, Sir Stephen," she said,
"would you like some lemon In the
toddy?"
Constance placed a little copper
kettle on the tire. Their gloom had
given way to a not wholly forced
chcorfulness���for In that pleasant cot-
tago sorrow was an unwelcome guest
���when they were surprised to hear a
sharp knock on the outer door.
At another time the incident, though
unusual at a late hour, would not have
disturbed them. But thc emotions ol
the night were too ree, tit. their Bub*
sldenre too artificially achieved, that
they should not dread the p s.; i.illties
which lay beyond that imperative summons.
Mrs. Shcppiird and the servant had
retired to rest, worn out with the anxious uncertainties of events reported
from the lighthouse.
So Brand went to the door, and the
girls listened in nervous foreboding.
They heard their father say:
"Hello, Jenkins, what is tbe matter
now?"
Jenkins was a sergeant of police
whom they knew.
"Sorry to trouble you, Mr. Brand, but
an odd thing has happened. A lady, n
stranger, met me ten minutes ago aud
asked me to direct her to your house.
I did bo. She appeared to be ln great
trouble, so I strolled slowly after her,
I was surprised to Bee her looking In
through the window of your sitting-
room. As far us I could make out she
was crying fit to break her heart, and
I Imagined she meant to knock at the
door but was afraid."
"Where is she? What has become
of her?"
llrand stopped out into the moonlight. The girls, white and trembling,
followed.
"Well, she ran off down the garden
path and tumbled In a dead faint near
tbe gate. I was too late to save her.
I picked her up and placed her on a
aeat. She Is there now. I (bought It
best, before carrying her here���to tell
you���"
Before Urand moved, Constance ran
out, followed by Enid. In a whirl oi
pain, the lighthouse-keeper strode after them. He saw Constance stooping
over a motionless figure lying prone
on the garden seat. To those strong
young arms Ihe slight graceful form
offered au easy task.
Urand heard Knid'e whisper:
"Oh, Connie, It Is ahe!"
Uut the daughter, clasping her mo
(her to her breast, said quietly:
"Dad, she has come home, and she
may be dying. We must take her lu."
He made no direct answer. What
could he Bay? The girl's fearless
words admitted of neither "Ye��" nor
"No."
He turned to tho policeman.
"1 am much obliged to you, Jenkins,"
he said; "w - know the lady. Unless���
unless there are serious consequences,
will you oblige me by saying nothing
about her? Hut slay. When you pass
the .Mount's Bay Hotel, please call aud
say that Mrs. Vanslttart has been
seized with sudden Illness and Is being eared for at my house."
"Yes, sir," said (be sergeant, saluting.
As ho walked away down the garden
path ho woudered who Mr*. Vansit-
tart could be. and why Miss Brand
said she had "come home."
Then he glanced back at the houae.
Into which lhc others had vanished.
He laughed.
"Just fancy It," he said; "I treated
him as If he was a bloomln' lord. And
I suppose my posit inn Is a.better one
ihan his. Anyhow ho is a splendid
chap. I'm glad now I did it for hi*
sake and Hie sake of those two girls.
How nicely they were dressed. It
has always been a puzzle to me how
Ihey can afford to live In lhat style on
the pay of a lighthouse-keeper. Well.
it's none of my business."
CHAPTER XVIII.
ENID WEARS AN OLD ORNAMENT
Lady Margaret took her -departure
from the holel at an early hour. Her
son weul with her. Their house was
situated on the outskirts of the town,
and, although Stanhope would gladly
have remained with the two men to
discuss the events of this night of surprises, he felt that hi* mother demanded his present attention.
Indeed, her ladyship had much lo
say to him. She, like the others, had
been Impressed by Mrs. Vanslttart's
appearance, even under thc extraordinary difficult circumstance* of tbe
occasion. The feminine mind Judges
its peers with the utmost precision.
Its analytical methods are pitilessly
simple. It calculate* with mathemaiJ.
eal nicety those details of toilette,
those delicate nuances of manner,
which distinguish the woman habituated to refinement and good society
from the Interloper or mere copyist.
It had always been a matter of mild
wonder In Penzanco how Constancy
Urand had acquired her French trick
of wearing her clothes. Some women
are not properly dressed afler they
have been an hour posing ln front of
a full-length mirror; others can give
one glance at a costume, twist and
pull It Into lhe one correct position
and walk out, perfectly gowned, with
a happy consciousness lhat all is well
Every Parlsleiine, some Americans'
a few English women, possess this
gift. Constance had It, and Lady Mar-
garet knew now ihat It was a lineal
acquisition from her molhcr. The discovery enhanced lhc belief, alwava
prevalent locally, that Brand WM a
gontloman born, and her ladyship waa
now eager for her son'* assistance In
looking up the "Landed Gentry" and
other works of reference which define
and glorify lhe upper ten thousand of
the l'nited Kingdom. Perhaps that
way, light would be vouchsafed.
Being a little narrow-minded, lho
excellent creature believed that a
scandal among "good" people was not
half so scandalous as an affair in
Which thc principals were tradesmen
"or worse" '
She confided something 0f this to
her son as they drove homewards and
was very wroth with him when' h,
treated   the   Idea   with   unbecoming
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FOOTBALL CHAMPIONSHIP
Princeton hns won the chumplon-
Bhlp of the BO-ealled "Hlg Four" In
the east, Pl'lnceton'1 victories cnrry
With ihem the one nniiie most conspicuous in the list of Individual
stnri. ro fnr, that of Sinn White, thc
winner of iiiuny n baseball gnine for
the Tigers, but who, accordlni *<*
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practically Forced to tba gridiron, for
he never llkeil fnotbnll. Ho Is credited with sensational plays which
won both from Harvard and Yale.
White scored a touchdown on a sensational run on Saturday. Horn
kicked a goal for Yale.
The army and Navy elevens, both
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rivalry this week, each with the
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Pennsylvania, four times bcnlon,
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In such closo contests (lint lt may
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The Carlisle In.llnns, loo, remains
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Brown nnd John Hopkins, notwithstanding their progress was marred
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Toronto, Nov. 22.���Rev.
J. E. Starr, of the Methodist
Church, has just been given (
the powers of a Police Magistrate to constitute a Juvenile Court to deal with juvenile delinquents in Toronto.
The appointment was made
by the Ontario Government
yesterday under the Dominion Juvenile delinquents' act.
The purpose of the legislation by which the new-
Commissioner will be guided
is to have vouthful offenders
"The News* Classified Ads,   f Canadian
One Cent A Word For Each Insertion
-THEY   WILL   REPAY   A   CAREFUL
LOOKING
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considered and
looked after,
but as de-
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The Insurance People
Fire
Life
Marine
Accident
Plate Glass
Employer's Liability
Contractor*  and Personal Bonds
Policies Prepared While You Wait.
THE
Mack Realty & Insurance
COMPANY.
P.3. -Hout-M and R*ntala.
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For Re
Rent |
For Rani���Flat in Clapp bt
haver Bros.
Apply  Weaten-
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For Rent-Furni.hed Room. -Buckley Block���
S2.5.I week up.
For Rent���Two roomed cnl���n. do.,' to McBride,
freshly paperee] and clenn. only ill) per month.
H  F. McRae A Co. t-f
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Insurance
of our clients to  place forty-two
lota on the market under exceptional   not as Criminals
advantages to the purchasers.   The  HntluentS ' " ~ "
^rV^i^^TZ   Rev- Mr. Starr has taken Notice to Ratepayers
as any on the market, and the a deep interest in children's 	
terms so easy-monthly-that any- ...^^    He fc ajso  nuaijfie,j Hay's Creek Sewer By-law
one   can   buy.    Alone   with   this   ... . . , ,
exceptional offer, each lot admits  for hlS position through hav-
the purchaser to a drawing for a  [r-g   Studied   law    for   SOme
~ Etime  before   entering   the
ministry.
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OUR G-mpani��a are not*��i far prompt and juat t
settlement*. We write every known claas of
Insurance.  The .Hack Realty and Inaurance Co.
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EXTRA GOOD VALUES
2 grades in a variety of patterns to be sold this we.
35c and 45c
These goods are after the style of English floor cloths  ;,**,:
good substitute fur linoleum
SPECIALS
Crockery and Glassware for the Holidays
F. W. H A R T
2nd Ave. and 6th St. ph,
ne 62
The following is a resolution of the
Council passed re the above Sewer Bylaw:
Wanted at Once���Chambermaid at the Central
Hotel. lt
Do away with this.    Patronize a white
laundry.    White labor only at
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Pioneer Laundry. Phone 118 I
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Maternity  nana  open   for eniraarement.
Box .15. New..
Apply
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WORLD. If you hold the lucky
ticket the trip is yours; or you
can surrender it for a cash consideration. The chances are good-
one in forty-two. Come in ar.d
investigate.
H.F. McRAE
AND COMPANY
CRUEL HAULS OF
RUPERT TEAMS
"Teams coming up Centre St.
to the city from the wharf are
habitually loaded so heavy that
the horses can hardly draw the'
rigs." said .Magistrate Carss in
this morning's police court.     "I
"That in carrying out the pro-
n.i of the Hay's Creek
Sewer By-law, the city engineer be instructed to construct a
temporary outlet before the
sewer is used."
' Wanted-Servant to do genera! housework. Other
maid kept.   Mrs. L. W. Patmore. t-f
! Wanted ��� Girl   for general housework.    Anply
i    Mr.. Laney. 12CS 2nd Ave. -iSS-MT
1 Wanted.   ���    Dresamakinir.  cleaning and pre**.*-
I    ing. repairing for men and women Mrs Charles
Percher. 320 Third Ave.   Phone TU Red.      tf
LINDSAY'S
CARTAGE and
STORAGE
tRNEST  A.
Woods,
City Clerk.
PULITZERS'S
NOVEL WILL
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Orders promptly (Iliad.   Pricea raaaonabla.
OFF1CE-H. B. Rochester. Centre St.    Phone SS
FOUND���I Small Keys.   Inquire at News Office.
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Found ���Ladies' opal   Mt   brooch.    Owner  ser.<l
description to E.J.M., Daily News.        25^-2.1)
A Violet Trust
Victoria, Nov. 22���It has
come to light that the violet
growing industry here is being attacked by the violet
trust of California, who are and must do the horses harm
selling cheaper than the local ought to be stopped,
growers.
i Canadian   Press  Despatch.)
New York, Nov. 23-The will
can understand a man's giving a of the late Joseph Pulitzer, the
horse a little more work than is sightless editor of the New York
good for it in an emergency lift- World, has been made public. It
insr a rock on a street contract, practically leaves .$��000,000 to
but I cannot understand the ha- Columbia University to establish
bitual loading of rigs.    It is cruel a school of journalism.   In addi-
It tion there is $260,000 for scholarships. $500,000 to the Metropolitan Museum of Art. $500,000
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Shoes..
MADE AND
REPAIRED
JOHN CURRIE
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Real Estate
SECOND AVINIC
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Lot for Sal# in Section 5. Blork 22. Lot 15. Tth
Av*.   Apply Mike Ruxich. Box "���-.' City.      tf
Will buy low <n Prince R-jpert at bartrain priret
for caah.    Apply P. U.  B��-x  ���>�� *\j*ting location.
price, etc. 2.11-tf
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NOTICE
Ladies'
lace's.
Home Journal patterns. Wai-
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Select your
Christmas Gifts
in your own
home
This Is made po'slb:* by
usln^a -R>rle citalriifLe
a ropy of wnic.i mi.i be
mailed unon rcquesr. In
It you -.th nnd nundrtds
of especially attracive
trlfi articles In Jo-.-..
Silverware. China, Cut
Glass. Leatner Goods.
Hovei* - .ranirlnjrln
price from 15c. up.
We prepav all delivery
charges on any articles
purchased from us, ifjar-
antee their safe arrival,
and refund your money
If >.,���- are not entirely
satl*. ".-������..
Ryrie Bros.. Limited
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TORONTO
A meeting of the property-
owner* of Section 5, 6, 7 and
8 will be held in the Preabytcr-
ian hall on 4th ave.. Friday
the twenty-fourth inst., at 8
p.m. tharp.
The purpoae of the   meeting
to
the Philharmonic Society of New
York, $100,000 to Mr. Pulitzer's
faithful valet. Jabez Dunning*
ham. $100,000 to be distributed
among his secretaries, readers,
companions and certain editorial
writers employed on the World,
9260.000 for the erection of a
statue of Thomas Jefferson   in
Ka.terr, .tano-rrapher of wide experience want,
position. Address ".Stet-H-e-rrapher." t***2 Cordova St.. Vancouvar. B.C. t-f
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For Sale
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The stalwarts from the Union
Hank defeated the Business Men's
team last night in Morrison's Alley
by a narrow margin In the second
<am�� for the challenge cup. The
following Is the score:
Itusincss Men
Bcott     143     17.1     209���    326
McCaffery   .130     158    123���   411
U'ark    125     150    124���   399
key   150     142    124���   41��
ab   215    170    208���   593
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We have clients
for property on
Second, Third,
Fourth and Fifth
Aves., close in.
Submit your listings
tirag^Mtj_fe*rar??a5_S-l
Continental Trust Co.,
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Second Avenu
Princ- Ruperl
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F r Sale ��� Complete cabin frjrnl.hin-r*. tnciu.l-
Inv -Mole .tov*. tables, chair*. tableware, e-ook-
in-r i.ensrl.. bed., with ceial and provl.lon. I*.'
C Durant, Hay. Bids*. 264-27
i* to organize a pioperty own- New York City.
er* civic league  alao to discus* 	
thc pro and con of the Sewer Application* will be received
By-Law about lo be voted on. up to November 25th, 1911, by
Several speaker* will eddres* the Board of Directors of the
the meeting upon the last i��- Prince Rupert General Hospital
���ue. Association from women wish
ing  to  take  a  full  course  of
training in nursing. 12i
Savoy Hotel
..'or. FraMr and 5th.        Choice Wine, and Clirar.
RUPERT'S   PALACE   or    COMFORT
Total    2.344
I'nion Hunk
Moir     194 133    173���
l.orkart    124 124    175���
Manson    14*. 171    203���
Hlmmell   ...124 124    166���
Yotingman  ..188 143    183���
Total    2.362
DRIVER FINED
FOR CRUELTY
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New
lace's.
fashionable  fall waists.    Wai-
Now is the time to get Xmas
cards for friends oversea. Your
every wish can  be supplied at
Tom Mazlum was fined $5
and   costs   hy   Magistrate
Carss this morning over the
alleged cruelty by him to his McRae Bros,
$300 horse.    Evidence was
given by J. K. Shirley that       For Sport Enthusiast*
the horse was not badlv hurt    Tonight at 8 o'clock in
but    Mazlum    was   found l
"Technically guilty" of hav
The James I
Nicely furni.hed room.. Good table board
Board I-t 75 Room and Board IT OO
QUALITY HIGH FRIrES  l.'iW
Section
the
GRADES  IN   SECTION
Before the suction of lota in section 2.
intending purchasers  should  carefully
Study the Lot Grades
a  meetintr ^ou can on***' do  **1'9 satisfactorily by
.        ~VV__   obtaining a copy of the large map 13 ft
Will be held   Of   all   interested in   6 in. by 2 ft.) complied from official re-
the Indoor Baseball  League and ?E�� Zn,__LK_P_____.*   .Thi'!^
intr -.vorkpil thp animal whpn .��� f1%ei   ful1   det��i|s of contours,  topo ,��
lll-t; WOTt-XO me animal Wnen   recreation park. graphical   feature.-.,   street grades  and
an old cut on the foot had re-   lot elevations *���*���*
, -    ,    , ��� I PRICE -TWO DOIJ.ARS Sa
0|K.*n slightly. | Advertising Pays-in The News For Bala at the Office of J::
C. B. SCHREIBER t CO.    -    Priscc Ropert fi?
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-THE  MOST  BEAUTIFUL SECTION
���ill Third Ave.
P. O. Boi IU
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MEMORANDUM
UNTIL   3   O'CLOCK
We   Loaned
Money
Per Cent, to
Build ThiB
House
Per Cent, to
Build This
Mouse
Intending Purchasers
of Section 2 Lots
Nov. 29th is the date set for
tha selling by auction of Lots
in Section 2. If you wish to
get a lot send us your instructions to buy, together with the
cash for the amount you care
to put in.
Terms of Sale   One quarter '
cash   an.l  balance in 1, 2 and .'<
years at 6 per cent.
PRINCE RUPERT TOWNSITE
At the entrance to the Harbor, to be sold at
Public   Auction
IN THE EMPRESS THEATRE. PRINCE RUPERT, B. C.C0MMENC1NG ON
WEDNESDAY, NOV. 29,1911
Terms  of Sale:-One quarter  Cash,   balance  1,   _
and  3  years  at  6  per  cent.
G.R.NADENCOMPANY |
Serond f*   *..
Limited.
Prince Rupert, B.C.
Let us loan you the m^ney to buy or, build a  house or pav off a rcnrtgage
CANADIAN HOME INVESTMENT CO.
Mclntyre Block. Third Avenue, Prince Rupert.
Head Office: Pacific Building, Vancouver, B. C.
Chimney Sweeping and Furnace Cleaning
niryour :
naces and flues put in order by
C. H. CUTTING
Practul d-rani*-! S��.p A-Mitu: (mi Hotel, ar
Phone 71
Can Phone to Woodworth
Ring  up  Woodworth   or
Shawatlans now, and central |
can oblige with the connection.
The palatial G.T.P. Steamer "Prince Rupert" leaves Seattle at 12
o clock midnight each Sunday; Fare, including meals and stateroom $18.00. Leaves Vancouver 11 p.m. each Monday; Fare,
including meals and stateroom, $16.00.
Rupert Wednesday a. m.
Arrives in Prince
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���-For full particulars and maps of townsite apply to-
DAVID   H.   HAYS
Sole Agent for G.T.P. Development Co.
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Prince Rupert, b.c
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